|Object Name||Collection, Photograph|
|Collection Name||RG2800 Green, Albert Lamborn, 1845-1947|
|Title||Albert Lamborn Green|
Approximately 200 photographs; This collection relates to the life, family, and career of Albert Lamborn Green, agent to the Oto Indians in Gage County, Nebraska. It includes written recollections and artwork depicting the life of the Oto and the early history of Beatrice, Nebraska.
This collection consists of photographic prints from the 1860s-1940s, with an emphasis on 1860s-1880s and the 1920s. The prints depict members of Albert Lamborn Green's family and sketches drawn by Green. Images related to American Indians are included. Of particular interest are Green's drawings of the Nemaha Agency, ca.1870, and an Oto village. A stereograph of an Iowa Indian bark house is included. Also of note are sketches of Beatrice, Nebraska, dating from the late 1860s to the late 1880s.
|Place||USA: Nebraska (Gage), Beatrice|
Frontier and pioneer life
Indians of North America--Great Plains--Nebraska
Indians of North America--Government relations--Indian agents
Indians of North America--Reservations
Indians of North America--Social life and customs
Indians of North America--Pictorial works
Indians of North America--Wars--Plum Creek Massacre, Neb., 1864
Gage County (Neb.)